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Event Name: Landmarked Exhibition
Address: Picker Art Gallery, Colgate University, 13 Oak Drive
Hamilton, NY
Event Date/Time:
Starts: Thu Sep 21 2017 at 5:00 PM
Ends: Sun Dec 17 2017 at 5:00 PM
Hosting Organization: Picker Art Gallery
Contact Name: Picker Art Gallery
Contact Email Address: [email protected]
Contact Phone Number: (315) 228-7634
For More Information: Click Here
Event Cost: $0.00

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Event Description: Landmarked: Selected Landscapes from the Permanent Collection is now on view at the Picker Art Gallery from September 21–December 17, 2017. Featuring paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs from the Picker Art Gallery’s permanent collection, this exhibition examines how artists—from the seventeenth to the twenty-first centuries—have depicted natural and built environments and how, in turn, their perceptions of landscape were structured by the philosophical, social, political, and economic contexts within which they operated. Addressing themes that resonate with current debates about environment, land use, and identity, the artworks on view reveal many of the complex ways in which people and land influence each other, as well as how these relationships continuously shift and change.



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